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NEWPORT TOWX COUNCIL.

NEWPORT HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS

TOWN HALL, NEWPORT.—SATURDAY.

BLAINA.

MONMOUTH.

CHURCH-RATES.

BRYNMAWR.I

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BRYNMAWR. I LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH.—The monthly meeting of the Board was held on Wednesday last, the following members being present:—Mr. T. Kershaw, Mr. J. Hitchman, Mr. G. Vaughan, Mr. William Vaughan, Mr. John Lloyd, Rev. W. Jenkins, Mr. G. Hicks, and Mr. John Judd. Mr. Kershaw took the chair. The Sur- veyor was then ordered to carry into effect the resolution of the Board relative to the paving in front of the Welsh Baptist chapel, in Davies-street. The specification for continuing the Clydach culvert having been read, and the tenders opened and considered, it was resolved that the tender of William Griffiths, jun., be accepted at 7s. per yard, and 6s. 6d. for the branch and Mr. Hitchman was directed to watch the execution of the work. Re- solved that the question of conveying water to fresh loca- lities be adjourned until next meeting. Mr. Hicks then gave notice that at the next meeting of the Board he would move that a chairman be appointed in the room of Mr. Rowlands, who had vacated his seat through non- attendance. The clerk was then directed to communicate I with Mr. Rowlands that his seat had become forfeited by non-attendance, but that if it should be made to appear to the Board that such was occasioned through illness, his seat was still open. 0 TABOR CHAPEL.-The re-opening of the above chapel took place on Sunday last, when sermons were preached at ten, two, and six o'clock, at each of which the attend- ance was very large. The services were also continued throughout the day on Monday, but the weather being so very unpropitious, the attendance was not so large as on the previous day. Very liberal collections were made each day, in aid of the building fund.

PONTYPOOL.

PONTYPOOL COUNTY COURT.

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